If you’re looking for the best Celtic dog names or Gaelic-Irish dog names for your furry doggo friend, or perhaps you want to brainstorm some of the best Irish pet names, then you have come to the right place!
If you’re still undecided what type of name you want, why not consider an Irish pet name or an Irish dog name?
Irish names for dogs and pets are not only unique and charming, but they also have a rich history and cultural significance.
From traditional Gaelic names to popular Irish surnames, there are plenty of options to choose from when it comes to naming your furry friend.
When it comes to Irish female dog names and female pet names, there are many great options to consider.
Some popular choices include Aisling, which means “dream” or “vision”, Saoirse, which means “freedom”, and Siobhan, which means “God is gracious”.
We have 100’s of of female Irish names that could suit your new pet.
For male dogs, popular Irish names include Finn, which means “fair-haired”, Liam, which means “strong-willed warrior”, and Seamus, which means “supplanter”. Again, we have 100’s of Irish male names available that might suit your new best friend.
Whether you’re looking for a name that reflects your Irish heritage or simply love the sound of these unique names, choosing an Irish pet name is a great way to give your furry friend a name that stands out from the pack.
So, without further ado, here are some of the top Celtic dog names and Gaelic-Irish dog names for both female and male dogs to inspire you in your search for the perfect name for your pup, as well as being suitable for Irish pets in general.
50 CELTIC DOG NAMES & GAELIC IRISH DOG NAMES – FEMALE
Aideen – Famous Irish name as she was Oscar’s wife, who was the grandson of Fionn Mac Cumhail. One of our favorite Celtic-Irish dog names for female pets.
Ailis/Ailish – (AY-lish) means “noble, kind.” Irish for the name Alice, from the Norman French name Aliz.
Aisling – (AH-shleeng) The old Irish version is Aisling “dream, or vision.” Once considered to be a man’s name, but now is a very popular woman’s name. Also can be spelled Ashling. One of our favorite Celtic-Irish dog names for female doggos.
Aoife – (EE-fe) Old Irish version is Aife. It means a goddess who is “beautiful or radiant”. It is also a Female Celtic Warrior Name. After the hero Cu Chulainn defeated Aoife’s forces in battle, she bore his only son, Connla.
Artis – “noble”, or “lofty hill.”
Badb – (BIBE) “boiling”, “battle raven”, or “scald-crow.” A war goddess and wife of war god Net; sister of Morrigan, Anu, and Macha. Associated with the Cauldron of Life, enlightenment, inspiration, wisdom.
Bean Mhi – (BEN-vee) “Lady of Meath”.
Blair (B-Lair)– a Celtic word meaning “from the plain.” A great Celtic-Irish dog name that has gained popularity in recent years and was even the namesake of the movie The Blair Witch Project.
Brenda (BREN-da) – from the Irish word for “raven”, and a feminine version of the male name Brendan.
Briana – (BREE-a-na) Feminine version can also be Brian but Brian is typically a man’s name.
Brid – (BREED) Old Irish goddess name from Celtic brig “power, renown, mighty.” Most famous woman saint of Ireland is Brigid (patron saint of scholars), who was abbess of Kildare, previously the site of the shrine of a pagan goddess of the same name. In myth, there were three sister goddesses of the Tuatha De Danaan named Brigid: goddess of poetry; goddess of healing; and the goddess of smith work.
Caillech – (CALL-yach or KEE-lek) goddess known as the Veiled One; teacher of the arts of war and viewed as a Destroyer aspect of the Goddess. A great Celtic dog name for a dog who loves causing mayhem and destroying your formerly clean house!
Cliona – (KLEE-a-na) Old Irish version is Clidna. In legend, Clidna was the name of one of the three beautiful daughters of the poet Manannan mac Lir. A fairy of the same name was the guardian spirit of the MacCarthys. Modern Irish name is sometimes spelled Cliodhna. One of our favorite Irish dog names as it is iconically Irish.
Clodagh – (KLOH-da) from the name of rivers in Counties Tipperary and Waterford.
Doireann – (DAHR-an or DOHR-en) The old Irish version is Doirend, poss. meaning “daughter of Finn”; may also mean “sullen”; or dim. of “gift of God.” In legend, Doirend was the daughter of the fairy king Midir, another was the granddaughter of the pagan god Dagda. Anglicized versions are Dorren, Dorothy, and Doirind.
Dubh – from dub “dark.” A druidess who drowned the rival for her husband’s affections. Her husband shot her with his sling, and she fell into a pool that was then called Dubhlinn, or Dublin in English. One of our favorite Celtic-Irish dog names as it is the name of the capital city of Ireland too.
Eibhilín – (ay-LEEN) “light”; from French Aveline, brought by the Normans, and very popular among the Middle Ages’ nobility. Other versions are Eibhlihin, Eily, Ebliu, Aibhilin. One of our favorite Gaelic dog names as it is iconically Gaelic and its spelling makes it extra confusing for non-Irish people to pronounce, which makes it that bit cooler.
Eithne – (AY-he-ne or ETH-nuh) “kernel” or “seed.” Early Irish name. Mythical Eithne was the mother of the god Lugh. Also the name of many legendary queens, including the wives of Conn of the Hundred Battles and Cormac mac Airt. Also the name of eight saints. Anglicized Ethna (ET-na), Enya (EN-ya). One of our favorite Irish dog names.
Kelly – from the Gaelic word for “warrior woman.” At an ancient shrine of the goddess Brigit at Kildare, there were sacred priestesses and warrior women called Kelles.
Kerry – from a Gaelic word for “dark, dark-haired”.
Laoise – “radiant girl” might be the same as Luigsech, from the god Lugh.
Maeve – (MAYV) from Old Irish Medb “intoxicating” or fragile.” Medb Lethderg was a name of the goddess of sovereignty at Tara. Said to be the wife of 9 successive kings, including Conn of the Hundred Battles, his son Art, and Art’s son Cormac mac Airt. Modern Irish version is Meadhbh. Medb. One of our favorite Gaelic dog names.
Máire – (MAW-zhe, MAW-re or MEH-ree) “bitter”; Irish version of Mary. The name was considered too sacred to name a child and was not used before the 17th Century. Children were given names like Mael Muire “devotee of Mary.” Moira, Maura, Maurya, Mairin (maw-REEN).
Máiréad – (MAW-rayt or MAW-reed) from Greek margaron “pearl.” Popular due to admiration of Saint Margaret, queen of Scots in 11th C. Peig, Peigi are popular Irish-language nicknames. Margaret, Maighread (MEH-reed).
Muireann – (MEER-an or MOHR-in) Old Irish=muir “sea”, may also mean “sea-white” or “sea-fair.” Wife of Finn mac Cumhaill’s son Oisin. A legendary Queen. Muireann was ancestors of the kings of Connacht. Four abbesses of Kildare also had this name.
Naomh – from the Irish word for “a saint.”
Nessa – (NES-ah) An From the Old Irish, Nessa was the name of the mother of Conchobar mac Nessa, great legendary king of Ulster. Her original name was Assa “gentle”, until one day she came home and found her 12 foster fathers murdered by an outlaw band. She avenged their deaths and changed her name to Ni-assa “ungentle”, or Nessa.
Orla – (OHR-la) from Old Irish or “gold” + flaith “sovereignty, queen.” Name of King Brian Boru’s sister and daughter. Popular in the Middle Ages, and again today.
Sinead – (shi-NAYD) Irish version of French-Norman names Jeanne and Jonet. Sine (SHEE-na).
Siobhan – (shi-VAWN) from French-Norman name Jeanne, fem. also can be Jean (equiv. of English John). Siban, Shibahn, Siobhanin (shi-VAWN-een). One of our favorite Gaelic dog names.
Taillte – Also known as Tailltiu. in legend, the foster-mother of the god Lugh, and daughter of a Spanish king who married Eochaid of the Tuatha De Danann. She and Lugh were honored by games in honor of the dead at Mag Taillten in County Meath.
Úna – (OO-nuh) derived from old word uan “lamb” and also listed as “unity”. An ancient Irish name. The O’Carroll family had a bean sidhe (banshee) with this name. Anglicized versions include Winifred, Uny, Oona, and Unity.
TOP 50 IRISH DOG NAMES – MALE
Ailill: Means “Elf, sprite”.
Art: Means “Bear”. Calling a dog Bear makes for one of the best Irish dog names for a ferocious looking dog.
Bran: Means “Raven”. One of our favorite Irish dog names for male dogs because of Bran from Game of Thrones.
Brian: Means “Noble” Ireland’s most famous High King was named Brian Boru (source). One of our favorite Gaelic dog names because of how important a figure Brian Boru is in Irish history.
Caelin: Means “Pure” or “Powerful warrior”. Gender neutral and has Greek and Irish origins.
Clancy: Means “Son of the red/ruddy warrior”. From the Gaelic Mac Fhlannchaidh/Mac Fhlannchadha clan.
Cian: Means “Ancient, enduring”
Conall: Means “Strong as a wolf”, a great name for a strong Irish dog.
Conan: Means “Wolf” or “Hound”. Conan O’Brien is a famous son of Ireland with this name. One of our favorite Celtic Irish dog names because we love Conan O Brien!
Cormac: Means “Charioteer”
Cuán: Means “Little wolf”. A great name for a strong Irish pooch.
Cuchulainn: Means “Hound of Culainn”. Famous figure from Irish mythology. One of our favorite Celtic-Irish dog names as Cu Chulainn is such a well known story of every Irish boy’s childhood.
Dáire: Means “Fertile, fruitful”
Diarmuid: Means “Without enemy”. One of best badass Gaelic dog names for our furry friends.
Donnacha: Means “Brown” or “Chief” or “Brown warrior”.
Doran: Means “Warrior” or “Exile”.
Dubh: Means “Black”
Duncan: Means “Dark-skinned warrior”.
Eoghan: Means “Born of the yew tree”
Ferdia: Means “Man of strength”
Fergus: Means “Man of vigor”
Finn: Means “Fair, white”
Flannery: Means “Descendant of Flannghal”.
Goll: Means “Fierce, brave”
Laoghaire: Means “Calf-herder”
Liam: Means “Strong-willed warrior”. One of our favorite Gaelic-Irish dog names because of Liam’s meaning.
Lir: Means “Sea”
Lorcan: Means “Fierce”
Lugh: Name your pooch after this ancient Celtic diety.
Martin: Means “Warrior”.
Muiredach: Means “Mariner”
Murphy: Means “Noble”.
Naoise: Means “Warrior”.
Oengus: Means “Strength, vigor”
Oisín: Means “Little deer”
Osian: Means “Little deer”
Pádraig: Means “Noble”. People called Padraig often have the nickname ‘Podge’. Podge is one of the best badass Irish nicknames in my opinion and makes a great name for a feline friend.
Ronan: Means “Little seal”
Sloan: Means “Warrior”
Tadhg: Means “Poet”
Ultán: Means “Ulsterman”
Uilliam: Means “Determined protector”. What better name for a protective dog than this unique Irish name. We explore this name’s meaning here
IRISH & CELTIC PET NAMES COMPLETE LIST:
ABRACHAM, BRAM: Irish form of Abraham (father of many)
ADAMNAN, AWNAN: little Adam
ADARE: from the ford of the oak tree
ADDERGOOLE: from between two fords
ADERRIG, AGHADERG: from the red ford
ADHAMH: of the earth
AENGUS, ANGUS, AONGHUS, OENGUS, UNGUS, ENOS, HUNGAS: vigorous one
AGHAMORE: from the great field
AGHY: friend of horses
AHANE: from the little ford
AHERN, AHEARN: lord of the horses
AICHLIN: meaning unknown
AIDRIAN: from the Adriatic
AINEISLIS: glorious stand
AINMIRE: great lord
AIRLEAS, ARLEN, ARLYN: pledge
ALABHAOIS: famous soldier
ALPHONSUS: noble, ready
ALSANDAIR: defender of man
AMALGITH: meaning unknown
ANGUISH: myth name
ANLON, ANLUAN: champion
ANMCHA, AMNCHADH: brave
ANNADUFF: from the black marsh
ANNTOIN, ANN: priceless
AODHFIN, AODHFIONN: white fire
ARDAGH: from the high field
ARDAL, ARTEGAL, ARTHGALLO: high honor
ARDKILL: from the high church
ARTUR, ART: noble bear
AULEY, AULIFFE, AMHLAOIBH: Irish form of Olaf (ancient)
AVONMORE: from the great river
LETTER “B” PET NAMES
BAETHAN, BEOLAGH: foolish
BALLINAMORE: from the great river
BALLINDERRY: from the town of oak wood
BARRAM, BAIRRFHOINN: handsome
BEARNARD: brave as a bear
BEARTLAIDH: from Barts meadow
BELLINAGAR: meaning unknown
BIRR: from Birr
BLAINE, BLIAN: thin
BLAIR, BLAR: from the fields
BLATHMA: flower, sun
BOYNTON: from the town by the river Boyn
BRADY, BRADAIGH: spirited
BRAN: myth name
BRANDAN: saint name
BRANDUFF, BRANDUBH: black raven
BREEN, BRAOIN: sadness
BRENNAN: little drop
BRODY: from the muddy place
BUAGH, BUACH: victorious
LETTER “C” PET NAMES
CACANISIUS: son of Nis
CAHIR, CATHAOIR: warrior
CAIRBRE: myth name
CAITH: from the battlefield
CALEY, CALY, CAOLAIDHE: slender
CALHOUN, COILLCUMHANN: from the narrow forest
CALLAGHAN, CEALLACHAN: strife
CALLOUGH, CALVAGH, CALBHACH: bald
CARLIN: little champion
CARNEY, CEARNACH: victorious
CARRICK, CARRAIG: from the rocky headland
CARROLL, CEARBHALL: manly
CARTHAGE, CARTHACH: loving
CASHEL, CAISEAL: from Cashel
CATHAL: battle strong
CATHMOR, CATHMORE: great fighter
CAVAN: from Cavan
CELSUS: saint name
CIAN, CEIN, CAIN, CIANAN: archaic
CLARENCE, CLARRIE, CLANCY: ruddy warrior
CLUNY: from the meadow
COGHLAN, COCHLAIN, COUGHLAN: hooded
COINNEACH, CANICE: handsome
COLLA, CONARY, CONAIRE: ancient Irish name
COLLIN, COILIN: virile
COLM, COLMAN, COLEMAN, COLUMBO: dove
COLMCILLE: dove of the church
COMHGHAN, COWEN, COWAN, COWYN: twin
CONCHOBHAR, CONOR, CONNOR, CONNY, CONNIE, CORNELIUS: strong-willed, wise
CONLAN: hero, wise
CONNLAIO, CONLEY,CONLETH: ardent, wise
CONNOLLY, CONNACHT: brave, wise. One of our favorite Irish names for dogs.
CONROY, CONAIRE: wise, red
CONWAY: hound of the plain. One of our favorite Irish names for dogs.
COONEY, CUANAIC: handsome
COREY, CORI, CORY: from the round hill
CORMAC, CORMICK, CORBMAC, CORMIC: charioteer
CROGHER, CROHOORE: loves hounds
CRONAN: little dark one
CROWLEY, CRUADHLAOICH: hunch-backed
CUMHEA, COOEY, COVEY: hound of the plains
CuUladh, COOLEY, COOLIE, CULLO: hound of Ulster
LETTER “D” PET NAMES
DAGHDA: myth name
DAIBHEID: dearly loved
DAIRE, DARY, DARRAGH, DARRY: wealthy
DAITHI, DAHY: quick and agile. One of our favorite Irish names for dogs.
DAMHLAIC: meaning unknown
DAMON, DAMAN: tame
DECLAN, DEAGLAN: saint name
DELANEY: from the river Slaney
DERMOT, DERMOD, DARBY: free
DESMOND, DES, ESMOND: from south Munster
DEVINE, DAIMHIN: bard
DONNAN, DONN: brown
DON, DONNY, DONOVAN: From surname originally used as first name, itself meaning “dark brown”, referring to color of hair, eyes, or skin.
DORAN, DEORADHAIN: exile
DIARMAID: of unknown origin, but perhaps combining di, “without,” and airmait, “envy”
DOUGAL, DUBHGHALL, DOUGLAS, DOYLE, DOWLE: dark stranger
DOW, DUBG: black-haired
DRISCOL, DRISCOLL: mediator
DUANE: Irish/Gaelic name meaning “little black-haired one; dark; swarthy.” Some variants include Dewain, Dewayne, Duwain, Duwayne, Dwain, Dwan, and Dwayne.
DUBHAN, DOWAN, DUGGAN, DUBHAGAIN: black
LETTER “E” PET NAMES
EAMON, EAMONN: guardian. One of our favorite Irish names for dogs.
EGAN, EGON, EAGON: fiery
EIMHIN, EIMAR, EVIN: swift
ELHE: legend name
ELROY: red-haired youth
ENAN, EANAN: meaning unknown
ENDA: saint name
EOGHAN, EOIN: gift of God
EOIN BAISTE: named for John the Baptist
ERC, EARC: red
ERNAN: Irish form of Ernest (serious)
LETTER “F” PET NAMES
FACHNAN: saint name
FAGAN, HAGAN: little Hugh
FAHEY, FAHY: from the green field. One of our favorite Celtic names for dogs.
FALLON, FALLAMHAIN: ruler.
FAOLAN, FELAN: wolf
FAY, FEICH: raven
FIACHRA, FEARY, FIACH: myth name
FINEEN: beautiful child
FINBAR: handsome. Variants include Finghin, Fineen, Finnin, and Fionnbarr.
FINIAN: fair. Variants include Finnian, Fionan, Fionn, Phinean, and Phinian.
FLANN: ruddy. Variants include Flainn, Floinn, Flannan, Flannery, Flanagan, Flannagain, and Floinn.
FLYNN: Son of the ruddy man. Variants include Flin, Flinn, and Flyn.
FOGARTY, FOGERTY, FOGARTAIGH: exiled
FORBA: owns the fields
LETTER “G” PET NAMES
GAIR, GEAR: short; small one
GALE, GAEL, GAILE: stranger
GARA, GADHRA: mastiff
GARBHAN, GARVAN: rough
GARVEY, GAIRBITH: rough peace
GEAROID: spear brave. One of our favorite Celtic names for dogs.
GERAGHTY: from the court
GILCHRIST: Irish/Gaelic name meaning “Christ’s servant.”
GILLEAN: Gaelic name meaning “servant of Saint John.” Variants include Gillan, Gillen, and Gillian. Name is related to Gilchrist, Gillespie, and Gilmore.
GILLESPIE: Gaelic name meaning “son of the bishop’s servant.”
GILLEY, GILVARRY, GIOLLA CHRIOST, GIL, GILVARRY: serves Christ
GILMORE: Gaelic name meaning “servant of the Virgin Mary.” Variants include Gillmore, Gillmour, and Gilmour.
GIOLLABRIGHDE, GILBRIDE: serves Saint Bridget
GIOLLADHE, GILDEA: golden
GLAISNE, GLASNY: meaning unknown
GLALEANNA: dwells in the glen
GOFRAIDH, GODFREY, GORRY, GORRIE: peace from God
GORMAN, GORMAIN: blue
GRADY: Gaelic name meaning “noble” or “renowned.” Variant, Gradey, exists. One of our favorite Celtic names for dogs.
GREAGOIR, GRIOGHAR: watchful
GUTHRIE: Gaelic name meaning “windy spot.” Variant, Guthry exists.
LETTER “H” PET NAMES
HANRAOI: rules the home
HEREMON: myth name
HEWNEY: meaning unknown
HIERO: saint name
HROTHREKR: famous ruler
HURLEY: sea tide
LETTER “I” PET NAMES
IARFHLAITH: meaning unknown
INERNEY: steward of church lands
INNIS, INIS, INYS, INNES, INISS: from the river island
IRIAL: meaning unknown
LETTER “J” PET NAMES
JARLATH: tributary lord
LETTER “K” PET NAMES
KALEN, KAILEN, KALAN, KALLAN, KHEELAN, KELLEN: Irish/Celtic name meaning “warrior.”
KEALAN, KELAN: slender
KEALLACH, KILLIAN: battle
KEEGAN, KEAGAN: fiery
KEELY, KEALY: handsome
KEENAN, KEANAN: ancient
KEITH: from the battlefield
KELLACH, KILLIAN, CEALLACH: strife
KELLEHER: loving husband
KENNY, KAVAN, KAVEN: handsome. One of our favorite Celtic names for dogs.
KERRY, KEARY: from county Kerry
KERWIN, KERWYN: small, black one
KIAN, KEAN, KIENAN, KENAN: archaic
KIERAN, KYRAN, KIERON: dark
KILLDAIRE, KILDARE, KILDAIRE: from county Kildare
KINSELLA, KINSALE: meaning unknown
LETTER “L” PET NAMES
LALOR, LEATHLOBHAIR: half-leper
LAUGHLIN, LANY, LEACHLAINN, LOUGHLIN: servant
LEARY: cattle keeper
LEE, LAOIDHIGH: poetic
LOCHLAIN, LAKELAND, LOCHLANN: home of the Norse
LORCAN: little wild one
LUGAIDH: famous warrior. One of our favorite Celtic names for dogs.
LUGH: myth name
LUNN, LUN: strong
LETTER “M” PET NAMES
MACARTAN: son of Artan
MACAULEY, MACAULIFFE: son of Olaf
MACBRIDE: son of Bridget, Bride
MACCORMACK: son of Cormac
MACELROY: son of Elroy
MACMURRA, MACMAUREADHAIGH: son of Murray
MACQUAID: son of Quaid
MADDEN: small dog
MAELEACHLAINN, MALACHY, MILOS, MILES, MYLES: servant
MAELISA: serves Christ
MAGO, MANE: great
MALONE, MALONEY: serves Saint John
MANNIX, MAINCHIN: monk
MAOLRUADHAN, MELRONE: serves Saint Ruadhan
MAUGHOLD: saint name
MEARA, MEADHRA: happy
MELCHIOR: meaning unknown
MELVIN, MELVYN, MALVIN, MAL: chief
MIACH: myth name
MOGUE: saint name
MOLAN: servant of the storm
MOLLOY, MALLOY: noble chief
MOONEY, MAONAIGH: wealthy
MORAN, MORAIN: great
MORIARTY, MUIRCHEARTAIGH: expert seaman
MOROLT: legend name
MORRISSEY: choice of the sea
MUIREADHACH, MURRY, MURRAY: lord of the sea
MULCAHY: battle chief
MULCONRY: hound of prosperity
MUNDY: from Reamon
MURCHADH, MURROUGH, MORGAN: fighter of the sea
MURPHEY, MURCHADH, MURPHY: sea warrior
LETTER “N” PET NAMES
NAAL: saint name
NAOMHAN, NEVAN, NEVYN: holy
NEASON, NESSAN: saint name
NULTY, NULTE: from Ulster
LETTER “O” PET NAMES
ODANODAN: of the red earth
ODHRAN, ORAN, ODRAN: pale green
OWNEY, ONEY: meaning unknown
LETTER “P” PET NAMES
PADRIAC, PADRAIG: noble
PARLAN, PATHOLON: legend name
LETTER “Q” PET NAMES
QUAID: Irish form of Walter (strong warrior)
QUIGLEY: unruly hair
QUINN, QUIN: intelligent
LETTER “R” PET NAMES
REGAN, RIAGAN: little king. Another one of our favorite Irish names for dogs.
RENNY, RAIGHNE: mighty
RIDDOCK, REIDHACHADH, RIDDOC: from the smooth field
RIORDAN, RIORDAIN: royal bard
ROARK, RUARC, RUARK, RORKE, RUAIDHRI: famous ruler
ROGAN, RUADHAGAN, ROWE, ROWEN, ROWYN, ROWIN, ROWAN, RUADHAN: red-haired
ROIBHILIN, RAVELIN, RAVELYN, REVELIN: meaning unknown
ROIBIN, ROIBEARD: robin
RONAN: little seal
ROONEY, RUANAIDH: hero
RORY, RUAIDHRI: red
RUADHAN: saint name
RYAN, RIAN: little king
LETTER “S” PET NAMES
SCANLON, SCANNALAN, SCANLAN: scandal
SCULLY, SCOLAIGHE: herald
SEAFRA, SHEARY, SEAFRAID: peace from God
SHAMUS, SEAMUS, SHEMUS: supplanter
SHANAHAN, SEANACHAN: wise
SHANLEY, SEANLAOCH: old hero
SHANNON, SEANAN: little old wise one
SHAUGHNESSY, SEACHNSAIGH: meaning unknown
SHEA, SEAGHDA: majestic
SHEARY, SHERON: Irish form of Geoffrey (peace of God). One of our favorite Irish names for dogs.
SHEEHAN, SIODHACHAN: little peaceful one
SHERIDAN, SEIREADAN: untamed
STRAHAN, SRUTHAN: poet
STRUTHERS, SRUTHAIR: from the stream
SULLIVAN, SUILEABHAN: black-eyed
SWEENEY, SUIDHNE: little hero
LETTER “T” PET NAMES
TADHG, TADLEIGH: bard
TEAGUE, TEAGHUE: poet
TERRISS, TERIS: son of Terrence
TIARCHNACH, TIERNEY, TIER, TIGHEARNACH, TIERNAN: regal
TIBBOT: Irish form of Theobald (strong for the people)
TORIN, TORYN: chief
TORMEY, TORMAIGH: thunder spirit
TORRANCE, TORRENCE, TORRANS, TORY: from the knolls
TREACY, TREASIGH, TREASACH: fighter
TREVOR, TREABHAR: prudent
TULLY, TAICLIGH: peaceful
LETTER “U” PET NAMES
UAID: Irish form of Walter (strong warrior)
UAINE: meaning unknown
UALTAR: strong fighter. One of our favorite Irish names for dogs.
UTHER: myth name
LETTER “W” PET NAMES
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